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1 ing n g s. indro-ing, Met. Dinds. iii 108.78 .g p. ing, ZCP
xi 109 § 10. adifficulty;danger, astrait,peril,grievous
plight: ing .i. éigen . as ing .i. as ar éigen, O'Cl.as cach i. ¤
55donforslaice | taithmet anmae Ignatí`from every strait
may the commemoration of I.'s name release us
,' Thes. ii
301.7 ( Hy. i ).noco n-oircthi nech im in nī imi nā cumtar,
im i. ¤ , im bochta`one is not to be oppressed about a thing
which he is not capable of rendering, in his difficulty, or in his
60poverty
' (gl.nach ortha nech in dicumung), Laws ii 338.z
Comm. matan Maige Uachtair aird | i. ¤ do ṡluagaib díth
co feirg, LL 43a21 .aithle ind ro-i. ¤ `after the great hard-
ships
,' Met. Dinds. iii 108.78 .i n-i. ¤ i mbatar Ulaid(? read :
a mbatar when they were), 67 .fuair i. ¤ éca`received the fate
65of death
,' Todd Lect. iii 172.z .ba s[ī] maten, magen i. ¤ ,
| i n-abbad rí Lagen lond place of dangers?, ZCP xi 109 § 10.
To Christ :in līn ronescmart as cach n-i. ¤ , x 47 § 26 .ing
` force,compulsion,obligation; ...peril,danger ,' O'R.
Inplace name:Druim Ing ridge of dangers? : orggain
70Droma hIung o Gallaibh, AU i 336.1 .Personal name,
perh. invented to explain place-name above :Druim Ing
meic Dobgaid Dorbglais, LL 194b44 .Ing mac Doirb Glais,
RC xv 330.15 .
Used predicatively followed by (a)má+indicative,
75(b) infinitive (one ex. shows ing folld. by dependent interro-
gative sentence :is lúathidir rothán mbuaileth. Is
i. ¤ indo-árthet do ṡúil`thine eye could barely keep up with
them
,' BDD² 1152 n. ). scarcely,hardly: (a)tochim
fossad ... issin chetna fuirtherbe, is i. ¤ ma rofuc nech
80díb a choiss sech araile, LU 8253. cid ríagail fo-certa
forsna traigthib is i. ¤ má 'd-chotad égoir n-indib, BDD² 32.
is i. ¤ ma rodmbāei riam im nach oile ēces samail in c[h]um-
duigh robāi im Senchān, Corm. Y 1059.9 .as i. ¤ mā ro-
gēnair do sīol Ēremhōin ... aoinfher do-rōine cuttroma
85crōdhachta fris, ZCP xiv 262.1 .as i. ¤ mas eol doib a n-airm
d'imurcur, CCath. 5080. bennaighidh in mboin iaramh
... ┐ as i. ¤ ma congaibhthi lestra dia hass, BNnÉ 10 § 39.
as i. ¤ má ro baoí beó i n-Érinn ... aoín bhen as mó ro derlaic,
FM v 1770.z . (b)ma fuadach ndichmairc no fri aidche is
iung a fasc if it be a carrying off without asking consent or by
5night notice can hardly be given
, Laws ii 124.30 Comm.
is i. ¤ m'aoi Sémus do beith go tim cidh tá an codh ann, O'Gr.
Cat. 136.32. cé atá mór ttuath dia thurgnamh | is i. ¤
úrgnamh dia thargnamh, Hard. ii 290.8 .
COMPD. : ¤ iarrath the minimum fosterage fee? : in nginar-
10rath (leg.in ing-iarrath) ; is a rogha in athar ata in chuici
beirius an lenum no in tuilledh iarrata do bera leis,
Laws ii 174.20 Comm. masa cutruma in t-altram tucad air
ocus in t-altram ro dlecht de, is certiarraid ; masa mo
anas, is olliarraid ; masa luga anas, is ingiarraigh, iii 312.13 .

15 2 ing xsee2 eng.

inga xsee2 ingen.

ingabál n ā,f. vn.ofin-gaib. Already in O.Ir. thea s.andd s.
ingabáilis found forn s. (a)act ofrebuking,censuring,
reproaching: ba uisse a ingabail`it was just to censure him,'
20 Wb. 19a8 .no lochtaigtis ┐ nu pectaigtis ┐ aslentis a menma
fadesin tri adéitched ┐ ingabail inna mbriathar ndiut nu-
radinse`through execration and reprehension...,' Ml. 74c3 .
is gnath do firianaib a n-ingabalab hominibus gl.iusti
... arguntur, 54a10 .bith ingabál mundo`a perpetual
25reproach
,' Thes. ii 1.9 (Acr.).ingab[á]ilgl.captionem,
i 714.14 .cen aisc ocus ingabáil (imgabail,v.l.) cen écnach
nach bí, Ériu iii 104 § 40.
(b)act ofavoiding,turning awayfrom: rug-san tri tren-
readga ... d'inggabail na hirgaile, LL 410a21 =d'imgabail,
30 MR 234.16 .robtur athlumha étroma a longa ... ┐ ba sodh-
aing saighidh ┐ inggabháil (imgabail,v.l.) námhat [estib]`to
approach and to avoid
,' CCath. 1976. doba díchur flaithesa
dō-san oirechas Ērenn d'inggabāil ... to lose the sovereignty,
ML² 1423. an dīmus d'ingabāil, ZCP viii 215.21 .dar
35leosan do bhi iongabháil an chleasa sin fein ag Fior Dhiadh,
x 276.14 .ga mbiadh acfaing a n-ingabala who could escape
from them
, Cog. 162 n. 2 .gan m'álghas d'iongabháil`not
to give up my evil desire
,' Dán Dé xxii 16. cóir an anóir
d'iongabháil`I had better have declined honour,' Aithd.D.
40 6 § 16.
(c)act of beingcircumspectabout,guarding;circum-
spection: is ecin duin anois ar n-ingabail [go maith]`we
must needs now be passing prudent
,' RC xix 150.24 .mór
iongabháil anma ríogh`much circumspection is due to the
45title of King
,' TD 20 § 1. do thuicc sī saidhbhres d'ḟagāil |
isi ar ainbḟes d'iongabhāil, ZCP xii 381 § 16. nír féadadh
m'uaill d'iongabháil`I was unable to defend my honour,'
Aithd.D. 33 § 1. é féin d'iongabháil ar na ceithre ceannaibh
nathrach úd, TSh. 596. ionghabháil` circumspection,
50 prudence;management,conduct;shunning ,' O'R.

ingabálach adj o, ā acceptable? : in da murcurtha aga tá in
tsechtaige ingabalach`?the sevenfold qualification for
reception
' (Plummer MS. notes), O'D. 721 (< H 3. 17,col.
526 ).in deoraid ac atá in t[s]eachtaigi ingabalach, O'C.
55 245 (< H 3. 18,p. 141 ).

? ingabras : ind iongabhras .i. gan abhras`without doubt,'
O'Cl.

ingáes n o,m.(4 in-+gáes) folly:?g p. cia ba nóidenán ar
áes | ni lil la [macc]uingaes `in wisdom,' Thes. ii 291 § 7 ,
60transltd. `with sons of folly,' Meyer, ZCP viii 190.17 , who
would readingáis.

ingáeth adj o, ā unwise,foolish: in t-ainm aurdairc nāch
ingāeth`not foolish,' ZCP viii 270 § 51. dlighidh rí Leith-
rind na laech | trí heich áilli - ní hinghaeth, BR 152.8 .ni
65dail inggaeith(glossed :nir aimghlic dhó ...), Leb. Gab. i
100.11 . As proper name :cethri meic Gaind .i. Alla ┐
Emón ┐ Ingaeth ┐ Aithriu, Ériu viii 26.27 .

ingai n onetransfixed by a spear , `Speer-Durchbohrter'(Thurn.,
ZCP xvi 223.7 ) :ni dingabur re ndae nomaide nach inga[i]
70(ingai,v.l.) no nach inuithir`not removed before the ninth
day is any person transfixed by a spear
...' (ingaiis glossed :
.i. doberar ar inn gai ...), Ériu xii 82.5 .

in-gaib v ipv. s. 3 a-tab-gabed, Ml. 20d11 .subj. pres. s. 3
-ingaba, Wb. 11d8 .fut. s. 1 ingebsa, Wb. 8d12 .Pass.
75 subj. pres. s. ingabthar, Ml. 22c10 .pl. ingabtar, 54a7 .
subj. past s. connaingabthe , 32c19 .fut. s. -incébthar, Wb.
15d27 .Verb. necess. inggaibthi, Acall. 7098 (v.l.).ion-
gabhtha, Dán Dé vi 2. Vn. ingabál.
(a) reproaches,censures,reproves: connabáe níi indid
80ningaba á chocubus`so that there be nothing for which his
conscience may reprehend him
,' Wb. 11d8 .dia comalnammar
a pridchimme ni-n-incébthar iarum, 15d27 .asbeir som
iustosdoib cia ingabtar`he calls themiustosthough they
are reproved
,' Ml. 54a7 .nech ingaib a cheli tria format,
85 Ériu vii 162 § 6.
(b) avoids,shuns,refuses: ingaib ifern searb sīanach,
ZCP vi 265 § 16. nā hinguib, nā hindsaig ágh, 272 § 10.
do bo iumgaibthi (inggaibthi,v.l.) cach n-ágh ┐ cach n-eislind
dóib, Acall. 7098. do locadar tabairt an catha ┐ ro ion-
gaibhsiot Dal cCais, Cog. 216.22 .teich, a Brénainn ... fil
5mur-chat mor sunn ... ┐ ingga[i]bh sa he trath`beware of
it now
,' BNnÉ 77.18 . ? To this :ulcha dualach ... fair
consoiched dar maeth ichtar a maeth imlenn sis sel seachtair
conna ingebad .l. loech i llo doinindi ┐ dertain bith fo throm-
fhoithin a ulcha, RC x 340.23 .
10(c)ingaib ... (ar) guards... (against) (trans.) : ingaib thu
fen oso suas`guard thyself henceforward,' RC xix 36.15 .
a aoin-Dia ... | iongaibh sinn ar an charcair, Studies 1931,
437 § 12 .iongaibh thú orm ... mór mh'ḟearg ret ḟolt ngéig-
niamhdha, DDána 101 § 1. do sechain ┐ do ingaib an
15macam-sa ... é fén ar gach uile búaidred, BCC 50.13 .
(d) receives(with a view to protecting),undertakesthe
protectionof: aon criche don ti rodh ninngaib é`of the
same territory as the person who undertook (to shelter) him
,'
Laws iii 386.20 Comm. atbert friu no ingabdaís in mac
20comad infeíneda é, RC v 199.7 .gnúis náir do iongaibh
fhilidh`this noble-faced lady ever a friend of a poet,' Aithd.D.
11 § 23.
(e) constructs,undertakestheconstructionof: ingaibtar
aile ime dia cuicti`the fencing is begun in five days,' Laws
25 iv 70.19 .
?ingaib .i. berar as,ut estasingaibh fir fithiu(` ingaibis
a mere inference fromasingaib
,' Stokes), O'Dav. 1131.